“We’re constantly thinking about our customers, we’re thinking about how we can develop new technology and solutions.”
At AWS, professionals apply innovative solutions to solving complex problems. AWS cleared jobs bring secure, commercial-cloud technology to U.S. Intelligence Community missions.
Whether you’re looking to learn new skills, work with cutting-edge technology, or take on a role that has global impact, a cleared job with AWS gives cleared professionals the ability to support the mission in a bold new way. AWS engineers don’t just explore new technologies – they create them. When they identify a problem, they don’t have to wait for a solution – they make it happen. This ties directly to an Amazon principle: “Although leaders pay attention to competitors, they obsess over customers.”
That customer-focus is one reason many professionals, including veterans, choose AWS.
“AWS really opens the door for being able to innovate for our national security customers,” said David Redard, senior systems development manager, AWS.
Delivering results matters at AWS, and cleared professionals have the chance to tackle tough problems using the best technology – making government better, and faster.
“It’s really exciting to help the government modernize their approach so that they can get to their final outcome so much faster,” said Holly Bazemore, systems development manager, AWS.
The Amazon Dedicated Cloud team develops, deploys, and operates tools on air-gapped networks that enable a full-cloud environment at multiple classification levels. This gives government clients the technology they need to stay ahead of threats and keep the nation safe. To help accomplish these missions the government is looking for both cleared and clearable professionals to apply the most advanced technology to solving government problems.
“The primary reason I wanted to work at AWS is because it allowed our government customers to scale up resources, on demand, when they needed it,” said Mihir Patel, director of AWS global datacenter expansion.
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